Technology Apple Card owners can now make payment on their computer, too
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Instead of relying on Apple's mobile Wallet app to make payments on their Apple Card, the company launched a complementary desktop site where they can manage their Apple finances, as well.
Apple launched this week a web portal for Apple Card users that allows them to manage their account and payments from their computer. Previously, this could only be done from the company's mobile Wallet app despite the card launching last year.
Now if your phone is dead, broken or lost, you can still make a credit card payment without having to contact Goldman Sachs, the bank that ultimately has control over issuing cards.
You can see your credit status, download a PDF version of your statements, and set up a payment schedule through this site..
The portal is available now, and Apple Card users can access it using the Apple ID which is associated with their credit card account.
You can now apply for your $25 iPhone 'batterygate' compensation .
At the start of March, Apple agreed to pay up to $500 million to US consumers as part of a settlement that came out of its iPhone batterygate saga. Thanks to a website spotted by MacRumors, eligible iPhone owners can now apply to take part in the settlement. To qualify for a payment, you must either currently or have previously owned an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and or an iPhone SE that ran iOS 10.2.1 or later before December 21st, 2017. Also included are iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models that ran iOS 11.2 or later before December 21st, 2017. You must have also experienced "diminished performance" on your device.